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Would anyone object if I renamed this thread? @topezia hasn't been around for over six months so I can't ask the original poster.

Ideas for thread name (please add yours):

"What are you reading?" (seems a more appropriate title for the current content)

"Book Reviews"

Speak now ......,

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Some nice person renamed this thread for me. Thank you to whoever it was!

"some nice person" secret ninja edit: you're welcome.

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I really enjoyed that book. I also enjoyed Animal Farm. Have you read that one?

Yeah, I read that one and wrote crappy essays on it in high school :)

I like 1984 quite a bit more, and it seems more relevant, but of course it's been years since I read the other and my memory of it is hazy.


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I used to be an avid bookworm but since I have got the laptop that has stopped. However at the moment I am reading `Sketchup 8 For Dummies' by Aiden Chopra. His videos really helped me learn the program so I bought the book . Shame there are no similar PDN books really.



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Actually reading Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (Kindle). Hey - it was free!

I can't tell you yet if I like it. I'm only 6% into it.

I'm finding the language interesting but everything happens so s-l-o-w-l-y.

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The best book by far is:

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

I suggest you all read it. Don't be afraid by the fact that it is over 1,000 pages. It goes quickly.

The day after I read your post, I got assigned Atlas Shrugged as one of my books for Senior thesis. So I have to read this over the summer. Thanks a lot. :roll::|

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I really struggled with that title. It was a chore to read and felt so disjointed. Took at least two attempts to get through it.

Enjoying: Consider Phlebas - Iain M Banks. Has the feel of a first novel (perhaps not as polished as his later novels).

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